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Revolutionary

The Museum of the American Revolution takes visitors on a journey through the dramatic, surprising story of our nation’s founding. Through exhibition galleries, theaters and a distinguished collection of original artifacts, the powerful history of the American Revolution is brought to life. The 118,000 sq ft state-of-the-art building opened its doors in Historic Philadelphia in 2017. With gracious architecture, amazing terrace views and immersive exhibit spaces, the Museum also offers a one-of-a-kind backdrop for special events.

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EVENT SPACES

SEATED

300

1,000

CAPACITY

OUTDOOR

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Ground Floor

Rotunda 

The Museum lobby provides an attractive welcome for guests entering the Robert A.M. Stern Rotunda with its vaulted ceiling and stone clad walls and floors; while the Grand Staircase shines as the most distinctive architectural feature of the ground level providing a dramatic pathway from both above and below - whether setting the scene for the guest-of-honor's entrance or leading guests to pre-reception space.

  • Reception: 350

  • Seated: 250

Liberty

Hall

Located on the third floor, Liberty Hall is a beautifully proportioned, handsomely finished, versatile space available for both daytime and evening rental. Envision a formal dinner, scholarly panel discussion, festive reception or more in this naturally lit space offering striking views of Historic Philly from the connecting open-air terrace.

  • Reception: 220 

  • Seated: 180 

  • Seated with dance floor: 150

Founders Boardroom 

The state-of-the-art boardroom with built-in A/V capabilities is available for business meetings or can be transformed into a lounge setting for pre-function space in conjunction with the adjacent outdoor terrace.

  • Meeting: 22

  • Seated: 40

  • Reception: 75

Outdoor
Terrace

The open-air terrace provides a dramatic overlook to the Museum's plaza, while its striking veranda columns frame panoramic views of Independence National Historic Park and the First Bank of the United States. The Terrace offers a seamless transition into receptions through towering double doors leading to Liberty Hall. 

  • Reception: 200

Patriots

Gallery

Patriots Gallery features 5,000 sq ft of flexible space to accommodate large capacity events. When not in use showcasing short-term exhibits, the gallery is available for private event rental and can also be subdivided to host concurrent event programming.

  • Reception: 500

  • Seated: 300 

Atrium & Theater

The Oneida Indian Nation Atrium offers an ideal space for cocktail receptions on the main exhibition level - where the option to add on an exhibit experience makes for seamless entertaining. In the Alan B. Miller Theater, a dramatic presentation reveals one of the most iconic surviving artifacts of the Revolution - General George Washington's Headquarters Tent.

  • Reception: 150

Lenfest Myer Theater 

The Lenfest Myer main theater is suited for after-hour use. The Theater has an expansive, sloped-floor with tiered seating. It is outfitted with a digital projector, surround sound audio system and theatrical lighting technology that can be adapted for illustrated presentations, lectures and meetings.

  • Capacity: 175

Cross Keys

Café 

During museum hours, Cross Keys Café welcomes both guests and locals to enjoy Brûlée's colonial-era inspired menu, made-to-order barista offerings and seasonal outdoor seating. The modern bistro which includes patio space on Third Street is also available to rent for private events.

  • Reception: 75

To inquire about hosting an event at Museum of the American Revolution, please fill out the form below and a member of Brûlée's catering sales team will get back to you promptly.

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MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

101 S Third Street · Philadelphia, PA 19106

215.454.2028 · museum@brulee-catering.com

101 S. Third Street

Philadelphia, PA 19106

(215) 454-2028